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THE REPUBLIC- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900.
Kinlocli Course Will Not I!e
Iarred During St. Louis Sou-
son for Racing.
.WILL AGREE TO DATES FIXED.
Lucas Relieve. Politics Figured in
R ejection of Application
Robert Aull Dissatisfied
With the Date.-.
Chicago, 111 . Sept. 39. The closing session
of the American Turf Congress was hel i at
the Wellington Hotel to-day and lasted but
thirty minutes. This only business to be
transacted was of a routine nature.
If the faction composed of Harlem. Haw
thorne. Washington 1'aik, St. Louis anil
3vew Orleans have held any consultation
Mnce tho meetmr on Wednesday night.
they have not decided upon any aggre s-sivo
J. D. Lucas, the representative of the
IClnlocli Park Club, which was refused ad
mission to the congress at the meeting last
night, claims to have found out why his
club was refused admission.
He says: "If our application for member
ship had been voted on after all the other
business of the congress has been finished.
wo would have fccn admitted. It was a
oase of politics for they Knew that I
would vote against the resolutions restrict
ing dates for the St. Louis and Chicago
track3, became they had come to me be
forehand und I had told them so. I will
never be with them on such a proposition.
Judge Perkins, who sprung the new racing
dato rule last nigt. was on hand early and
explained one feature of the rule which is
of much importance and which resulted in
tho St. Louls-Chieago delegation? taking a
mora favorable view of the matter.
"Ho Bald the outlaw clause in the rule
did not bar tracks, not members of the
congress from racing during the season as
signed to the section In which they ore lo
cated. This information was pood news to
the Klnloch club.
"Wo will assuredly agrto to tho new
racing dates," said Mr. Lucas?, "and I think
that from June 10 to October 10 will Rive St.
Louis plenty of racing dates during that
Ilobcrt Aull of the St. Louis Jockey Club
was not. however, of the same opmloln. "If
we cut off all our racing before June 1-V
iaid Mr. Aull. "It will result in a serious
financial los to the club. Had the rule been
in effect this i ear. t would have decreased
our t-armrgs almost JoO.v'Ji)"
Judge Perkins f ays the date? selected for
St. Lou.s are certainly sufficient for ail the
lacing the Mtssouu town cares to support.
HITS KI.M.OCH AM) I'll It t.ItOI.-.MS.
1. imitation .if liiiclror Unlr, Miiy
TIirov l.ix-til TrarU, lntii I'uullii't.
Nowhere is lie insuperable American
objection to allow .ng the tad to wag the
dog stronger than it Is on the American
turf. Herce the exhibition of tail-toeing
Eiven the big tracl.s of Chicago and St.
Louis by the water-tank towns of the Turf
Congress is very liable to result In the
disruption of that body.
It Is not a question of right or wrong:
it is a question of eiiedier.ey. Chicago and
St. Louis want a longer racing period than
the Turf Congress gives them. They will
have it right or wrong. To a certain ex
tent they will be wrong, to a certain extent
they will be right, ii they disregard tho
ruling and race at their pleasure.
Apportionment of dates Is bet for the
tpoit. That no one can doubt. It may be
hard on small and poor owners. Small and
joor owners have no more business on the
turf than hed-i arriers have Jrinking cham
pagne. It is u sport of kings- and mil
lionaires. The best thing about tho cir
cuit, or date-alotting hcheme. is that it
destroys the poor owner. Uut the email
Southern tracks played whole hog. They
took care that they would have plenty of
tlma to race without danger of conilicL
Then they see to it that St. Louis has to
buck the bigger city of Chicago right along.
They rid themselves of St. Louis and Chi
cago and then take care that the biggest
It Is not likely that St, Louli will "stand
for it.' At least Kinloch will hardly want
to stick for the "nuts" as put to it by the
Turf Congress. The Fair Grounds is not
"in" so bad. Kinlocli is "in" very bad. It
is true the Pair Grounds must oppose the
big Chicago tracks. It has" done so many
times before and made oodlea of money.
It can do so again.
But the dates allowed for racing In St.
Louis. Juno 10 to Ooctober 21. permit about
LSI ilajs' racing. This is just one month
inoro than the laws of Minsourl allow for
one track. Instead of t-ix months' racing,
throe months to each track, there is but
four months, two to each track.
Now comes the rub. Will the Pair
Grounds divide dates with Kinloch? Will
Klnloch divide dates with the Fair
Grounds? Maybe it will. Then maybe it
will not. There has bten no particular
lavisament of affection between the two
local tracks elnco Kinloch came into ex
istence. It was built against tho wishes of
the Fair Grounds icople.
If tho Fair Grounds demands three
months' racing, Kinloch will havo to take
one month or fight. If Klnloch demands
three months, the Fair Grounds must take
one mouth or nzht. If they take two
months each there need not be any fight.
if thero is a iUht, It will b.i a pretty one.
Tho Fair Grounds has tho advantage of lo
cationa very great advantage. Indeed.
All In all. Kinloi-h got a lut the worst of
the affair so much so, indeed, that it looks
a good deal as if the Job was put up for
Its most especial benefit.
So Jockey Crow-hurst has been Indefinitely
suspended. Poor ilttlo ladl Crow burst,
right, is the best Jockey In America best
tent in tho saddle, best hands, best judg
ment, and worst habits. It Is not likely
that ho is dishonest. If he was. he was
made so by the terms of his limited suspen
sion, which gave him a reprieve, hut as
sured him that at tho ex:!raUon thereof
he would bo hanged, sure. That was
enough to drive him to drink and dishon
esty. Crowhurst has net lived a soler life of
late. He has b-en dlssipitlng a good deal.
His bad rides they wero vcr bad. Indeed
were due moro to lack of form and to In
temperance than to iinj thing else. That
Judge liurke did what was right when ha
suspended Crowhurst no one can gainsay.
Yet no one can help feeling Korry for the
little chap who Is eo good a rider and who
is fo little calculated to take care of him
self. JOCK1.Y CHOWHCItST SUSPCvDI'I).
JuilCT Burke Did Sot Like Illn Hide
Jockey Crowhurst is la trouble again.
His riding of late has been entirely un
satisfactory and yesterday when he finished
back In the rut with Merriman, the favorite
for tho third race at Kinloch Park, he was
indefinitely suspended by Judge Burke,
This suspension will probably end Crow
hurst's career as a raco rider.
Before his suspension yesterday he was
not allowed to ride for anyone except
George C. Bennett, to whom he Is under
contract. Judge Slurph: il the St. Louis
Jockey Club made this decision early In the
summer and also recommended to the
Iicnse Committee of the American Turf
' '.ingress that Crowhurst be relused a
lliense next year. Judge Burke's ruling
will prevent him from riding for his em
ployer. As Crowhurat will not be allowed to ride
again at Kinloch and as the Turf Congress
cSt Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo.
The REUABLE Specialist
Cures prlcate and chronic dis
urct. List Manhood, en-ouj
IXbllity. L Vigor Seminal
Weakness, Night Losses, Octlll
latln DreaLma. .Early lecay. a
rlcocele and all results of crrois
of outh or excfse la later
yn iermanently cured. L"rt
Jiury Dlmases. Gleet, fctrlcture,
IJnnatural IHicbarses o.-.d all
GlfeaAes of k'idn... n.i m-.iy4
f!i.lmi 'Olson, all Hagesposimely cure-L
i..tfe!.". ,ow Out-of-town pauents treated br i
liTT. v2"Xna v"ilon LtsU on Special Dteaa-s
Ti! S"oS2ulution ?" Call or write. Hours
a. m. to X p. m fcundai W to 12 m.
tracks throughout tho country will respect
the ruling, Crowhurst's chances of appear
ing in the saddle again are mighty slim.
There Is no doubt of Crowhurst's ability.
When in the humor ho can hold his own
with almost any of the Jockeys on the
Western circuit. He has ridden many a
brilliant race. His finishes are especially
Judge Steadman has been placed under
the ban again. This time it Is for his un
ruly actions at the post. Starter Chinn is
tired of tho capers that Steadman and
Arllno C. have cut up at tho post lately
and as a resalt their entries will be i
tused in the tuture.
It was :n the thirj rac that Crowhurst
put his head so dancerously cloe to the
Judge" ax that it almost fell into the
basket. He was on Merriman, a shifty 'c.t
from Georg. C Bennett's stable. The
youngster opened a hot cholco at 3 to 2, but
rececded to 9 to t. btfore po.t time, owlna;
to a heaiy play on Jaunett. The field of
eight was oft to a good start. Howtll
hurtled Athara to the tront and led at the
quarter by a length. This iidvantage was
maintained to tl.e sirete-h. when Juanttt
forged to the fiont and p.tss.si the pust a.
winner by two lengths from IJupji' U.who
beat Bigger eighth lengths for the nlace.
Athara quit lo nothing but ai that he
managed to hold out long enough to finish
ahead of Merriman. which, under Crow
hurst' .? bungling ride was in fifth place
at tho end. The colt was off In a good
ositton. but was taken b.ick immediately
after tho start and held out of the contest
until it was too late.
Three- favorites and one yccor.d choice
won for tile talent, so the bookie- quit tn
day with their ledgers balanced on the
wrong side. Dominlck piloted ihe t'irvo
winning choices. He did not give the play
ers any worr. as lie made the every post
a winning one in the three cients.
The best finish of the day was In the
filth race, a mile aitalr. for 3-ve.ir-olJs and
upwards. Glen I-ike with I'ominfck up
was .1 warm choice at 9 to 10. The fiivoriu
made the pace to the last jump, when
luid Uock coming like a wild horse from
bth nd, put his h-ad in front and t,t tre
purse. The winner was much the best, as
he was cut off at the first turn an! lot
several lengths. wiiIo the choice had clear
sailing all the way.
IJl Caney with a much currerent rid- man
he receive! from Crowhur-t the other day
rr.ailo n show of bis lipid in th sith race.
He was a hoiee and Domlniek took: no
chancoi at uri sL. of the journey. Jim
Consiny, the winter of the nice last Mon
day, when Kl C.iney finished second, was
next to last In yesterday's race, beaten off
1-y eight lengths. The summsnes:
First raoe se-n farl-mf- - it.-rcrcst. 13
(Ioinlnlck-. to 1" ton b, halt a JtnCTh: "Wu
bfta. li-d (Vanlu-M-TT. S to 1 sec-"J: r "t.ni:.
NS 4I.umf.-Qtt 5 t.t 1 third. Time, 1 35 dn
cllle. Ileion II. Oirdnrr. Dnmini-. ilrtclule K..
1a.pswn ite-1 (bad -lo ran.
e nd race, six furl'inj ruraaei, 15 (Don-inic-xi.
S to . won in a mi Mi r-vot-T. ie
fSouthai.l. 2 tn L .----nd Mi-s Liie'ta. 3
ii.isln-rl. $ to 1, irtrd Tirre, 1.J2. Lisso-ne.
I.a 'anna. J II. Burna, cia.-n Anne, Eva
rwrttm ! ran.
Tlrd Td-e. ix furlongs Iwin'-tt, 11 iVanilu
Ffn). i to 1, on t-y hnll a lacth. Ilmpyreal. 11)
itiawmseri to 1, tw-ond, llicer. 1 isoathlrdl
2D tn 1, third Time. 1.16 Mernman. William
lwfr. itertlui lluck. Jlm Hull. Atiisia al(o rn.
I'ourth Ta-. t--ten furlt.nrs AMn V" . l-3
llWssitmerf. C to 1 H m tic a lrntrth; Old Ft v.
lt"i c?uutliard). tf. 1, s cond. I.urdan. IK Kall--lel.
.- to I. third Tirre. l.. Emil- 7o.a.
La llns-cotta, lnuer.d-.. Gloria O. Jlrown, catlit
dral. Mona B also nn
Fifth r.tc. on mi!-Gu!le Stock. M (C Mj
thrnsl. 4 to I. won. J:. n Lake, si (liopilnleki,
9 to 10. eoond. i'etr Jmrc.a, M (Mavt, 3 to
1, third. Tim- l- IIur.t,-irian, Arllne C. and
Juip rteatrnan also raa
SKth mce. n an 1 ofi. -eighth miles i'l Cicer.
P- LominiH i- to 1-p vv-'n: Henrv of Krln
tcmr. 7 (lsinsert. .f t-i -' tH-ond: Orlardl.
W it'itbiirni V t-- 1. I-11'cI T : .. r.citi, J.m C-n-v-a
and ihi-Kamatf;a ali ran.
Kinlocli l'nrl. llntri-.
I'lrnt -ace, four and a half furlorgs. maidens:
I'Caeher 1-T ' acatn lo;
'nifr IIS Mr. Jlulkey 115
arr. u; Jir Smith 110
IVinee ; Mmpl-n "'
Stonmoillu 116 Knu-a l'J7
1'lre 1'lay ."' 1 PropelLr 1W
IJowearteU 1 JT J
Second rac. three-quarters of a ml'e. Selling:
Padrcr.i in, i Four-ltaf i" V&
""lilffon 11 I John llortea u
Miss Iirecto Ii" i Kl Ghor VV
laruba 114ii!t!rp 1W
Bartorlan diUliiera lit
lit-a Ljnah 119 1 Queen Annie 104
Thiid race, on mile and seventy yardc tell
irg: Omchi .. UlGray Torts S4
Aa:te j .eu V-i . yMlie liat'
C'Heste D Or I'M
Milt IWckin 1)4
l'lnar Del liio :l
Kc-inai Hughes ..
Joe t.ama?- ly.
Kourth race. Kcea-eljhilu nUIe, s.Iirt-:
llraWs Daushter . -s
Olen Lik-! lit
Vim. Ilojer ia
Satin Cont 91
Klsi- Bames 114
Fifth rac, five and a half furlongs, jure:
Smell Jack iWi Adelaine m
Ulrdle btone 11) I Curd cillo. k ID
M-iff 1M i curd Uibuck 1U
lan.iy jim ltu Junetta n
"'OMart lUlill-i Aubrey
Sixth race, cne mile i-nd s-enty yards,
Judge Steadman .
tJovernur Boyd ...
.101 Tf. Ih . .
, , .n Dora ..
.101 I. ipenie J.
l-4 Peter Durj
W. B. Giles 1j;
Ilwry Friday Is Ladles' Bay
At Klnloch Park race course.
LO.MJ SHOTS DIV1UE1J l-'IKS-r H.1CI1.
Corn Goctz, Fncorite fur Inltliil Haw
thorne llent. Mils lliidlj Bentru.
Chicago. Sept, 20. Long shots bt-irted the
day's programme at Hawthorne by beating
out the favorites In the first race. Cora
Gnrtz was backed as though it was all
over. Although there were eleven t-year-olds
In the race. Cora Goetz was at tho
short price of II tu i. while the rest were
aliout a to L Blink got the verdict by an
eyelash, with Hamshi.e second and Water
Plant, third Cora (Juetz finished seventh.
First race, live and a half furl- ngs Blink, ic
(Dupw), 1) to 1. wen. Hampshire, lua iWilker
Foni. 2j to 1. s-cond. Water t'lant, icz CMtatoe),
M to 1. third. Tim', l.U. L-shi Ball Lord
Kober, The Butcher. Cora civiz. liugaloo, Lenox,
The Llk and Ome clean &l-o raa.
Seernd rac-e, six furlongs llrownle Andfrnon
109 i WliikOsid), 7 to S. -on. Beile of Jln. vi
llierKem, 9 to 1, second, Xan o'Kee. 1.9 i!u
rcore), li to 1, third Time 1 .L)v La-J) c urzon.
Allien Wilson, Olekma, Lydla S. ui.d Brown
Thrush aIo ran.
Third race, steeple-chas-, ehort coarse Coro
natus, li-S eKFgersoio. 8 lo 1. s n; li.t Fellow,
14o CO Ilrown, 1) to 1. second, 1 Am Nex', 125
iV. Johnson), JO to 1. third. Tim. 3 1&- Med
dler fell at la--t Jump, aljuiihle ran out at
svtenth Jaiup. Frea Adice lulled up at rirzt
Fourth race, elx farloces Birtl of Ao-i 113
(Tallev), t. to 2. win, Frldohn. 10 CI. T. wo-3si.
1 to 1. e'ooni. Tenny Belle, ioi (W. Kilsy). l)
to 1. third Time. 1.21W. Lue:o, laitla iieno.
Tela. Barry l'ulliam and Il-'yal ietor also ran.
Fifth rare, mile and a sixteenth ilacr. 10S IW.
Kll-M. 3 to I won, l,aes Ibi-ur 13 Mibmore).
C tj"l. SvCi-nd. Banish. 101 (J. T W'il. la to 1.
third. Time. l:5i'j. Alon.i 11, Ov.j-.'.b.iro. Mans
field, E:cl9o and Our .clll- alsj ran
sixth race, nill and an eightn sell eg Ito'o,
n C.MnkSel'5), C to I. won: P-ra Uunu Jl
J T. Vooda). 11 to 1 Fecond; Ksahe-. 1 (Tai
ls)). -1 to 1, third. Time. 2 02. Pay tho riddlT.
Annowan. Jlonorrali. Oxr;ard. HoM In and L
curt Blossom also ran.
Flrtt race, fao an J cnc-1-.aSf furlongs:
Ix Desirous 109-klp llo
Cora 0.-eix N1 Barry . ..
iAdv Iris Hti Aleen Abbott .
I'taehea 103 j Kohnwreath ...
i'-eond race, soiling, fix furlor.cs:
Tho Elector IU I'cart. :-l
Sir ClinJiopher . ...lit' Alpaca, lui
Ianne0 lwitloal liunner .. ..lw2
liandprss 1C- Harry Taobum ?
K.1 Gartlirid II V'SlKcalite 94
Jim Uoru 11 1W Bop Seotch 9J
Third ra.-e. selllrg. mile and twenty yards:
Larkerur HI Doctor Ayre 9S
Frelindhuyfen W. ! l'talrio Lig t
I)lsenter l.T John V, l'atton .. .. Si
Kentucky ualu .... lua i c.uiuen ticepcre
lloel's Urlcado . ...nr.'lle Klr.c ....
Louisville SJI Jake Weber ..
Fourth race- elx furlvacs:
T-num . 110
lllnre or Dellsh ...no
llcrr.and'j Mi lied slirnal
Handy Man I& Ilrauik ....
Kazan l lalry Frinco ,
Thw conqueror ... 100
I ifth race, mil and a sixteenth:
Branch lWfla Bice
ITlnre Blazes l'J Old Siuiru .,
Bberhart 1"" Iraa-dv . ..
Burette 1M Norfoid
Chicolrce ...li'4l MtnleLank ...
.. .. 94
-ixtu race, selling, mile and a quarter:
Jud4 Iicni-y .. ..104
Uuannah l'arker ... l-4
Chauneey Fls-her ....1U-4
Belle cf Oakwood -Ul
Lucky Mcnda 112
l'at Oariett U'l
False Lead 1W
Joa Shelby Li
COL l'.4Ul)i: MON ALL Till! WAV.
Alirerla Sta. at (Iraie-tend
Ae-ier lu Doubt.
New Yotk. Srpt. M. The chief event at
Gravesend to-day, was the Algeria Stakes
for 2-car-oIds. with selling weights, in
which Teiamon was a hot favorite, but ho
was never prominent, except in the last
quarter, when he got up into third place,
but fell back into the ruck at the end.
Colonel laddc-n jumped to the front at the
fall of the Hag, and was never headed, win
ning easily, with Screech In second place.
First race, five and a half furlongs: Elizabeth
M . IIS Henry). 10 to 1 und I to l, won. King
Beppcr. lou iKnlsht). I to 1 and 5 to 2. second,
blnti. F& (.VttalJersirand), 12 to 1 and to 1.
third. Time, 1:07 2-i. clold Heels. BerWlU Lidy
of the Valley,. L'ef Prince. Brandy maa-. bcur
ry, Monarka and Chuctanunda. also ran.
fcecend race, (.no and one-eicnth mllea. Felling
Banker. HI -.McCue), 5 to i and 4 to i. won,
'Iho Am?7on, 1U7 tsnaw). 9 xo 2 and eut, t -ond.
Alelke, VH (Brennan) - to 1 ai--l 4 to 3.
third. Time, l.a4 4-5. 1rsheaa also ran.
Third race. Hitchcock Meeplechat-e. tuv-o and a
half miles Plato, LS tVeltchi. 1 to 5 and eien.
c-n, Westonn. 1 (Flrnc-gan), 15 to 1 and 6 to
1. ecind, IVrion, 1W tilara), g to 1 and C to
2. third. Time. 4.ii Ciragraec, old Tank and
Oeorce Keeno also ran.
Foartb race, Algeria, selling, five furlonss
Colonel Taden, 101 (Dura!), r. to 1 and 2 to 1,
won. Kl:iilvrij. M (H. Daly). SI la 1 arid 8
lt 1. second, s-ereech. W (bhaw) V to 1 and
6 ta I, third. Time, 1:05 1-6. Auiollghi. Sxtlre.
Annie Thorop-son. Telaraun, blx a'locter and
DroKhedt. also ran.
1'itth rarr, mile and seventy rard Hrlradler.
103 (llurasi. 7 to la aid out, win. Kamara 1M
I'ltim-r). a to 1 and t to ;, necend, MnrblLht.
luj n-iom). 1 u 1 and 3 to 1. tldrd. Tun''.
1 43 :;. crano Todd and HerN-ri al.o run.
hixth race, atiout fix turlons, telllntf Kllcutn
r, W2 (Uenr)'). 6 to 1 and ; to I. won. -al-du-cee.
l-)i (OUom). S to 1 nr.d 1 la", aecunl:
llipil. 112 ftMHUn.s). t to 1 and Z to 1, third.
Tim-', i.io 4-5. List Chord, Onamartus Mldnlitht
Chime Jbllln Conig. lisll of Orleans and Vea
turo al-o rua.
ll IJI.1KKS IX l'ltOM'.iTDC'lltOir.
IL-.tij Track 1'iiset tin Twlent unci the
Hertoit. Miih.. Sept. -O. There was cnly
one f.iorlte home in front at Windsor this
afternoon. The heavy rain of last night
left the traek very lit .ivy with sticky mud,
and the- hnndle.tr. pci a tailed to connect with
the mudlark-.. The suintaarte.:
1'irrt rac-e, p, IHck. seen aa-1 a half fulloagsi
p. moslbt nee. ltj ellal.l. u to 1, ou. i-i liee-,
fi iMnlir.i. . to 1, second, btrathbrc-ck. W
tlio-4.tr . 7 to i. third, lin.e. 1:42'. Bound O.
John 11 . Iicerr. Jr.. calinv.ood, Primaera and
Hco Boo alo ran.
-x-cend race, four and a half furlonffs Anioro-.
13.: eLynch), 4 to 5, won. llobert ilorrlsvn. 1W
(Wonderly) 12 tu I. tsvcml, Tl.e Covensnler 1-W
lMtCju.ie). b lo 1. third Time, l.Si'. Jo'.n
ili-artby. Our ilussle and Beauty lliiiht tl"o
Third race, selllnc. five and a halt furlongs
Jr-e Manni. I Aker). 2 to 1, non. Corder. 19
iM.trllni. 9 to 10, tecun.l; Beiery 111 (Bet-ert-e-n)
7 to 2. thin! Tim-. But1-... S-Jguclty,
Mepr. and Sunoll alt isn.
loutth race, sethn-r. t-ne mile AcUiiIa. IB
lAken. ' t-. 2. on. Dc-iltl Bummy. lw tltock
er, even f-,.ml Sxinta-c. M: tlil--k- 3 lo 1.
thiri. 1m. 1.1"', llalK.J. Bik-s i'onao. Jessie
Jarlo and Bari r.no alo ran
I'.fth race, i. lllnr tvn and t half furlonrs
Br-ith-" Kred 1)7 nictju-l. i 4 '- 1 won: Harry
I'ue.-'O pq tBrt-keri, 3 t . Em-nl. J:rk Aelte,
M3 iBobertson) 7 to 1. t'.lrd Time. 1 4i 1)1-lertH-rncnt
llequeatn. Nepcnet and The Tory
SMih rare, selllnir. six furl"nR!i D-ir. M Ctt'en
derly). 4 to 1. won. Doe Ferri-h. 9J (Martial. S
to 1. second. Ttnole. -: (C. r-iurphy). 4 to 1.
third. Time pa Crorrm lina. Lizzie Jackson,
laureate ind Rockingham al-s) ran.
I!.1LI1VI STILL I.I'CJCV.
SlrucL It Illch In the
Seattle. Va-h , t?, pt. S). According to ad
vices which came on the steamer St. Paul
"Lucki" Baldwin and his part of pros
pectors, who recently startsi on a secret
trip to the Kougroek d..-.trict, returnd
to Nome on SepiembeT 0.
Baldwin, wlier interviewed, raid: "I think
things are e-ommg my way now, out. of this
new ileal, which is as et my becrct, I ex
pect to make $'.00,'").
"My men secured nil the way from iV
ri nts ti Jl per pan in prospects. W" made
over lw) locations, ull of which are my
All prospectors at Nome, when the steam
er left, were awaiting a tip em ihe new
strike to "tampede to the district frcm
which Baldwin brought such glowing it
ports. MDM7V POIXTIIII wov FiLiTrm:
Lost the I'irsl Ilent. lint ".Von the txt
Fort M'ryne. Ind., Sept. 3) -Only two
races were finished to-dar, and tho un
finished 2:19 trot and the 2:14 trot went over
until to-morrow. The favorite. Pussy Wil
low, won the two remaining heats of tho
2:12 pace, unfinished Wednesday, and Sid
ney Pointer took the 2.i pace In straight
hats. The summaries:
2:13 pace. pare l.o-)--l'u-.Fy Willo-v wsn: My
( b ice. second. e-rervt. tMil. c-ir-l VaI
Lug. JUmv L. Tod Williams and Lolela nLa
ran Best time. 2.11
Z.vi pace, Wavne Ilolel snke. pur 31010
funtlnls.Vd Wedn sda)) Sidney IMntr ir p
The Adirlril. second Coltert, third. Bed t-oal.
Lid7 l'ipes and Agitato also ran. Best time.
2 IS trot, purse S" J. T. evert; Orphan Olrl
secor.1 Free silver, third Laveran. Wheat
Boy. Ltsca, Blectrojo.e. Bed Arthur, The Me
dium and WMtewotjd also ran. Best time,
Itrsult of l'ort Uric llilpre,
Buffalo. N V. Sept. So It ralnd all day
and tre mudlaiks at Fort Bile had a rare in
ning. The summaries:
I trst race, seven furlongs In the Pu-h trcn;
Gun CU'.un, second. Night Bell, third. T.me
Keeond race, fire furlongsCray D -llv- t:oti;
Ols-y. second. LrorbelL third. Time 1 e-,
Third race, selling, one m:le Usp O! be T-o-i
dipetta, second: Silver Garter, third. Tirse
Pourth race, slllng, five furlonps Bdewnri!
v.n Taster, second: Dos'l-, third. Time. 1: .
I-'Mfth race, six furlongs Iajner wciii. By
Ge-irce. second: Lady Jlontr-. tUr:. Tlaia.
Sixth race. e-Ulsg. seven furlongs Castle won;
Jlou-rflton. secomt. Harubirjugh. third Time,
I'.srklncou'a Birds Mint Agnin.
In the F-eond rice cf the rrfe l-e!pff f!)wn
by j-cne bird' Jir J rarkln-oi cnrtu-e,i nr.t
e-nd uevond honors Kunday Th a make the sec
end win for Mr. Parkinson's blr Is and he fe !j
almost certsln of vvlrnlrg th ei.-ld- n U n up.
the troihy for the s-ru-s. The rare vu frcm
Coming. Ark., a distance of iw) rnllcs. . Gl ir
exit third ard fourth i laces. LlBhteen birds con
jetei. bui eeven of thrra arriving In the llrcet
?IofIllt-MHl a. Eli Lilly ''.
The lloffitt-Wests cf th Urugisis'ts' Coeke-l
Bat IaKue won th Initial milch i-f the sea
son last n.nht. defeating the Bll Iall team by
a F-ore of 3 to 2. Knderle of the losers s
l-Jaii iraa. ivlth a tut I of Ki. while HvIsm led
the tmner3. wllh 2w)
Itnln l'rt-teiitp-1 Coltunliiis Trots.
O-Iumtu". ( . Sept. :o Bain p-e- snted rac injc
t i-d.iy and the f,ur e-.uta on the carl wre
pcsipc-ned until to-niorrow
Famoiis lrc Ilea!.
Mlddletwn. X. V.. i-epl 2) Polonlus sire
of mar. t.olevl trak and road horses, and n
of ItTsdicks llamrict olan. is dead at Waldn.
Be tvaa foaled la 1&7?
11 OBI (IV I.NSISTS Iin-.S ItUNMNG.
Appciircel ul .lle-rllnir nt District t'oiil-liiltle-e
nnd Ilituirlit Dlniii-rs.
W. M Horton, candldalo for Congress on
the Hi publican ticket, will remain in the
race. He announced this determination at a
meeting of the Twelfth District Congres
sional Committee last night, held in the par
lor of the Southern Hotel The met-tlng of
the committee was called t" consider the
question of announcing a elate for Holding
the opening meeting of the campaign
A member of the committee declared ves
terday that .Mr Hchnwacker's Fifth Ward
Club was too previous In holding the cam
paign opening hist Monday night nr.d that
It was dune without the sauction of the com
mittee. It whs advertised as the opening
gun fiom the Uepulillcan side and will prob
ably remain an such. Chairman John I).
Owen declared last night that Mr. Horton'-i
campaign was already openoJ and would bo
pressed vigorously from now on.
The committee at its meeting last night
heard reports from a number of ward' Mr.
Horton wa pre-sent at tho meeting. In tho
course of which he escorted tho committee
into tho private dining-room nt the South
ern, and there plate were laid for Ihe en
tire membership of the Congressional Com
mittee. The spread was an elaborate affair
and consisted of a regular course dinner, to
which the committee did ample justice.
Mr. Horton's appearance was somewhat
of a surprise to the members of the com
mittee. It was his first appearance at any
gathering of politicians in the district and
was intended as a refutation of the state
ment that he was not an aspirant for con
On entering the room each member of the
committee was greeted by tho candidate
with much warmth Although the question
had been discussed of withdrawing him
from the race, it was passed last night by
the announcement of Jir. Horton that h
cxpectcci to mak a vigorous campaign. It
Is offered in explanation of his nbence at
the meeting at Druids' Hall Monday night
that lie was too sick to appear.
The committee adjourned at n late hour.
A subcommittee, consisting of Dave P.irclra,
Allen J. Showers and O M Wood, was ap
pointed liv Chairman Owen to draw up a
set of rules.
HllYAVS BAV AT IIOMK.
Iteoelvril ainns- Cnllcri stnel Arranged
Ills Itinerary for Northern Trl;.
Lin. oln. Neb., Sept. :. William J. Bryan
spent the greater r-irt of the e:ay in going
through correspondence which has accumu
lated durlrg his absence. He also received
a larg number of callers.
1IBYAVN ITIIltIlY Auit.c.i:n.
Chicago, Sept 2u. Following is tne Itin
erary for Wm. J Brjati, September , In
Hankit.son. 0 JO a. m ; Wanpjioi, S 20 n.
rn . Fargo. 9 ai a. m.; Grandln, U .10 : m.;
Hilisboro, li-Ia p. m.; Reynolds, 1.S0 p. m.;
Grand Forks. 2:35 p m. Grafton, 4 10 p. m.
Mr. lirvan will tp-ak at Jrookston,
Minn., at 7.10 p. m., September 29. Septem
ber So Mr. Bryan will speak in Duluth,
from October I to October 2 he will devoto
lo Wisconsin and fiom the 10th to the J2th
he will lie In Michigan.
llal- on the Doorstep.
A babj, nppurently about two days old,
was found on the doorstep at No. 2X01 Lu
cas avenue at 1') o'clock lat nlghL Tho
child was well dressed and was sent to the
118 Boarding Places
Advertised in to-day's Bepublia
Hix Tliousand People Sit in the
Kain "While the 1'initos
Beat St. Louis.
WAGNER'S SENSATIONAL WORK.
Hans Makes Three Paf Hits,
Drives In Four Runs and
Steals Four Bases Pow
ell J.s Hit Hard.
'hit ago ....
St Loots ...
ivew York .
Flared. Won. I.ot. 1
tWt TO J-
N. Y. 3, Brookijn
Bort. C I'hlla. 2.
Pitts. 11. St. Iy.uls 4
F Louis at PIttiiburg. I Phil, at Boston.
Brock, at New York I
intlsburg. Pa.. Sept. .-Tre greatest
baseball day In the history of Pittsburg
closed when St. Louis ended her half of
the eighth Inning by scouring four runs.
Fince daybreak Pittsburg has been one
seething mass of enthusiasm. The St laiuls
and Pittsburg teams landed from tho L.ust
together nt S 30 a. m., ravenous as wolves.
Twenty carrl.-tg-? awaited them at the de
pot and. cheered by 10.000 people, they rode
to Newell's for breakfast. It began to driz
zle rain at noon and kept spitting nil
through tho afternoon game. Six thousand
p-ople paid admission und took chances on
colds, simply to cheer for Pittsburg.
Santa Claus was out In great array. Ho
had presents for all the Iwj.-. Under tho
expression of gcod-wlll from the mob. Pitts
burg played ball in rings around St. Louis,
and it was not until darknesa was closing
that the visitors got a show. The r!ajinT
of Hans Wagner, the big Carnegie German,
has never been equaled. hen Hans came
first to 1-at he was presented with a bat
seven feet long by his f fiends. Pe.woll set
the grand stand crazy by giv.ng a breakneck
fall at tight of the bat. Wagner tried to
1-ow his thanks without using the bat, but
the crowd would not stand It. so time was
called, nnd Powell gave the big fellow an
easv one. which ho rroceede I to bump
against the fence. Wagner then took up
hi3 own bat and went to work. Ho cracked
out three hits, drove in four runs and (.tola
four bases, third twice.
Tho hitting on both sides was vicious, but
Pittsburg seemed to get to Mr. Powell just
at the time runs were budding. Powell's
heldlng was the iinest ever seen in tho
pitcher's box here. He mado four wonder
Ill! Btops and throws to first.
Pittsburg got two in tho first. Clarke
walked down and Beaumont dumped a nico
one. Kitchey sent them along with a life,
and, after Wagner had heen presented with
his nice big bat, ho picked out a good one
and put it safe. Clarke and Itltchey racing
home. While the crowd was having Its'
fun. some small boya ran to tho ccacher's
box. where Bubo Waddell was ami pre
sented him with a Lot box. Wadd-dl was
suspicious, but took the lid off. th.'ii upset
tho box with a how!. It was full of lively
red. live hardsh-U crabs. This almost
bioke up the game. In the fccoih! Tnnne
hill doubled and came down on Wallace's
fumble of Clarke's grounder. Clarke and
Tannv worked the doublo steal. Tanny get
ting over ju-t r-s Itoblnson swung on him
with the Kill In the fifth, Clarke doubled.
Beaumont sacrificed and ltltchey' single
scored Clarke. Wagner hit once morn and
stole sts?ond. O'Brien singled, scoring Wag
ntr and Kitchey.
In tho ttlxth Tannehili scored on his own
single nnd Clarke's triple Clarke hurt
himself sliding In and Leach took hu
plate Leach scuicd on a. passed ba'l.
Itltchey was hit by Powell and stole second,
from where lie- scores! on Wagner's third
hiL Williams' scored in tho seventh on hU
ovn double and tremor's single.
In tho first half of the eighth the St.
Louis team woko up and got a lew runs.
Burke tt began the trouble by a nico single.
O lirlen made- a bad cull on H.-ldrlck's
sma-h and both were safe. Donovan
placed a beautiful bunt toward litst and
beat out Tannj s throw neatly. The bases
wero filled with none out vhen Wallace
came up. but he pppi-l a iiy to O'Brien.
Kiester shot oat a single and Burkett raced
over the plate, follow e-1 by lleldrick. Dan
McGann singled and Donovan romped In.
Bobbie stnick out, and on Powells single
Keister scored. The- "core:
AH. K. IH.
3 2 2
Clarke, if . ..
Ieacn. If ...
ibtchey. lb ..
Wacrer, rf ..
O'Brl.n. lb ..
Ztmmer, o ...
llrOrarr. 3b .
Purk-tt. If .
He'.lri- k. cf .
lXiiiovan. rf .
Wtlliie. 8 ..
Keister. 2b ..
Vctlann. lb ..
Bol lr.son. o .
I'cwell. ii ....
St. Jaun i . ..
Firm. I run
Pltt-thMri- r. s. T..,i! T,
.,!.., .i..- . v.e...r-. - - ---"- - .'it"
tl , ."K "Hi'snu c. rannirilll 1.
oast hits e'lnr. 1 .iri). a ..- t,
rr -1 I. ItltcLey I stolen bi-ses -C.ark 1. Ititchr
J,' MiaE7r 4' y-!nmrt 1- Ba-s .mi balle i.i Tan-
ii. J. . '"v.tii i ii. i oy putneil ball
Itlteher I. htruck out-By Tannehili 1. bv l'ovvell
z lassed l.sII--Hobir.srn 1. Tlme-On-i hour and
tcrty-iiv minutes. Umpire O'Duy.
rvi:w Yoiuc a. iiikioklia s.
Cliamiilons Defeated li- tin Des-.lscd
'ril-i:nli-rs In Ten Inuinga.
TCew Votlr f-n. . -et-- -t. , . ..
V.harrpit,as in a ten-innlrt game this afterr.itaii
th .,?'. m J"." tenth. Hickman tnmmr-d
th ball to oeep rlitlit f-r three Ijcs em.Jr7
nwi nun lor riernarJ. e-.t nig i-ise on halls
and I'jvI- sent Ib-rt.-r horn-, the latler runn na:
fnr IIicC man nl.t. .. K.n. t.1. ,.-. r . . ?
t!"Va,J.'rc"u"' --'t Ett to MaGure In time to
htd trff Mercer The came was an tr.tere-.llno-
one. both ldtchet-3 d ltir ef 1 vvorL. Int,li-n
was put cut of the game icr kl king In the n mil.
Attendance, ?-r) s-core:
Brooklyn. New Yctk,
, All H.O.A.B. AH.ll.O.A IS.
Jones. cf.....5 1 5 a 0 V'HaTn, ef..4 1 2 ft t
heeler. rf...5 3 2 - 1 r-eibacb. If.. .5 4 t) o
KliecKard. 1.'20000 Hickman. 2b 5 2 3 4 2
Jennings, lb.l 0 14 0 0 f.ilircer 0 0 0 0 0
Italy 2b 4 0 0 2 0 lleraard. rf..S 0 2 0 0
Ooss. 3b 4 12 3 0 tSVymour ...0 0 0 0 0
lwhl.n. S....3 0 1 1 0 Doyle, lb... .4 1 1 1
Ueniont. S...0 t) 0 0 0 Davis e ...41700
McGulre. C..3 14 0 0 Mun'hy, -It.. 3 0 1 2 0
K.tson. p. ...4 2 0 4 0 Iloneriu itl.c.4 3 u 3 o
. Taj lor, p... 3 0 0 10
Totals ....2-1 S'23 U. 1
'Wlnnlne run reor.l teltlt ttt nut
titan for Hickman in th tenth limine.
IBaiied for Bernard In tenth Inrung.
Bro.kltn t) 00000200 0-2
New York 000(00 2 00 1-3
First .on errors Brc-oklva S. Ia-ft on Ivises
Brooklyn 8. New vrrk W. Hrst on balls-Oft
KIts.vn 3. orf Taylcr s. Struck out By Kittnn 2,
by Taylor 5. htolen ba-es Sltisch 1. Boveer
nnn 1. Sacrince hits Hernard 1. Dosrrnwn 1.
Taylor t. Three-bate hits Hickman 1. Two
base bits Van Haltrtn 1. Hit bv pitcher By
Taylor 2. Umpire --nyder. Time Two hours.
CHABLLS CLAHIC IS IXTCUUSTHD.
Son of the AIontaiiK Senator Behind
Ihe cir Leaitrae.
Milwaukee, Wis.. Stpt. 20. Detroit and
Washington arc to be the two cities which
will complete the new NaUonal Association
of Baseball Clubs. These clubs will be pro
posed at a meeUng lo be held October IK at
either St. Ixu!s or Chicago.
Joseph D. O'Brien, who Is interested in
the Chicago franchise, and Gustav II. Koch,
who owns the Philadelphia franchise, re
turned from the East to-day. He said that
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Ixmls, Baltimore,
ISo-ston and Philadelphia had already put
up tho money, while Detroit and Washing
ton would bo proposed at tho next meeting,
and would then put up their guarantee. Mr.
O'Brien refused to say who are backing tho
clubs in the two citi.-s. but asserted that in
time their rnmes would I.. made public.
Harry D- CJuinn to-u iy announc-d that ho
bail engaged a m.in.igt;r for the loeil e-lab.
Charles Clark .son of ox-Senator Clark of
Mcmana. is Interestei! in the new local frtin
e hlse. and is -aid by Qulnn to bo ore of the
Quakers' lulli-ld M'ent 4 IMe-e-eii lu the
.Secoml, LflttiiK In Three Buns.
Boston, ila?.. S-it. 2n. The Pbladelphia In
held went to pieces in th- second Inning of t)
elnv b game, ii.ai.lng fur eir. rs. which, wllh
Butry s aeratch single, m.hd 11-u.ton three runs.
A one-han-it.l t-a-:, bv lolan anl Thom.ts'3
batting vern features Au-ndunce, &W. bcoro:
1 i mas. cf. . 3 2
suuele It ...4
icen y. lb.. a
Li Joie. 2b.. 5
nick. rf... .i
M Karl'd. C..I
Cn s, s J
Orta. p 4
Totals ....39 i 21 11 D
Bosb-n OS10O010 ..5
Fh.ladelpMa j 0 0 0 0 10 1 02
I tinted run B. sten l l':.lla: li-hia 1 T
las hits Prteinun 1, Ba Jo, 1 M-l ailan-1 2
'fhrec-baHe hit F.eeman 1. .-1 1 n bas- -llan-lllon
2, Tcnne I, l-u 1 I ..le pia- lsd.iTi
In 1-1 Jale 1, lal lote :o IV 1 1 ant 1. llae-- on
l!:-O.T Ltwis i. eff lltlh 4 i-uuek oUt-Ily
vis V, oy onn line er.e re-jur vnu no)-
eight minutes. L'mpire Burst.
iiiKuiiv Anna F.s i-iciiM .m:v mint.
Mill .f.t Stale he-tlier e.r Ant He 1
Fred Buelow ot the St Ixuis club arrived
yesterday from New York. He refuse-l to
cither deny or nlhrm the statement that ho
was suspended by Business Maniger Heil
bronner. Ho tald that Criger had recovered from
his rectnt attack of illress and was ready
to don the spangles again. He would havo
it that bis seiviccs were nut ab--olutly
!UM:esari , now tlutt e'r.ger w.j bacr ill ti.o
curie, and that he- was sent lo ot L-ojj
in order lo reduce traveling expenses-.
mi. n school uiM'L.vis i:.m:ui:y.
I'ootbiill Train J'uIIIuk Lots eif Snap
Ulltl illl lilies lis Weirk.
High S hool football candidates are prac
tic'ng very b .id und v. ry ngul.iTi nuw..
days, ai.d sht.w more --ap u th-ir we.l:
than ar o.I.c-r t-am now at work. Alter
some good kit-king ai.d (.itching practice
yesterday the boys linetl Lp and v.oik d . tn
signals, trjmg --oino of th plajs tLat won
games for them last season. Tney seem to
lay much stress on the tin kl play that did
to much for Ihem against Mnliii Academy
and other teams The fact that very e-am
in town remembers the play and will havo
a simple and sure method of not o- ly btop
plng its elfectlvene s, but of malting gain!
every time that High trns it, does not
s. mi to l-other Captain Muro in the le est.
St. Clair Shaw", wno made lh plaj when
w ih High the curly part of last secscn. was
dlscus.'.Ing it jc-fterday and showed how -.is-11
It c-ouid be m.idt a Imomerang for High.
1 he plan is to line up benind tho tackle-, anil
as soon as ihe liall Is ill play, the tackio
n.ovcs lc tile end ami Ids vib-a-vis feels tho
fcrce ot th wl.eilc- High team against htm.
An upitufing tackle who 1 looking for tho
piay, as -ill t.l H.eir. will be this fall, could
juju through the hole left by the High'H
lacklu ard uovvn hi mjiti a full ar-t bicU
of tho preceding down. This is the way that
High la going to suffer without a coach.
Captain More is us good a man in liU posi
tion as any other captain in St. Louis, but
it takes vers of experience tor .i mn to
learn enough of football to bu able to in
vent new plays and to coach rroperiy. Any
man nu) know ah u'-out a game, but thero
dro very few people that can teach another
mm a play as ti.ey know it themoelves.
The line-up yeJterday was. John Lamb at
center. Warner a:d Wlnterman. guards,
Webber and Tt-vts. tackles; Saber and Krs
Xine, ends. North More, quarter back;
Daughacay and I'apin, half backs; Tom
Henry, full back. lhi. will b ehoncrtd but
slightly for the nrst game, which is to be
against the Maiion-Sircs Medical College
te-ain on September 21) Henry may take
Pipin't, place at half, while Bob Kinsle will
do the kicking at full, although he vvill ex
change places with Hc-r.rv when there 13 r.o
kicking to uo, ab ho U tho more experienced
player and a much better ground-gainer
than Ihe short but peiwe-rful Tom. WIese
vvill rcphice Wagner ut guard. Aside from
thee chtngea, the team will very likely re
main as it was lined up yesterdi) surely
so, if some of tho aspirins candidates do
)c-t show more Improvement than they havo
I'andall, who tried for full back and
failed, hdie quit the game, declaring parent
al tibjee lions ihe cause. I'andall hurt .lis
snoulder badly In a game last fall and feels
that he would do so again if hu played in
the line. At "fuil" he would run more
chances) cf injuring it than In the line. The
team will lo- a good man for the line,
but not for full, as he could not begin to
kick with jotae of the other members of the
High team, although well fitted in ever'
Foster, tbe promising heavy weight, has
not shown up f-r several uays and will
hardly gain a regular po-itlo:i this fall.
Thu t-ecun-i tejn: work- out every day and
will bo llmd up against the tirst to-day.
This will show just wh,.t the stnaller boys
can do and mcv b-s the means of ousting
some of the regulars out of their position;
beforo th season opens.
Billy Logan la r.ot plujlng the gam that
ho put up as quarter on Blocs Military
Acitdemy team. lie c-an play ritht tf he
takes the uotlan. but notions come to him
in bunches, and the football ono is iiabio
to be crowded out in the rush. Norman
Gaughn, who did such good k.ckui,? last
season, has not jet returned to school, but
will do so In a few clays. Whether ho can
make his old position is a question. He has
Taken oil the superfluous Hesb. that he car
ried last fall and should bo a much-improved
man In consequence.
MUD1COS "A ILL TKY Till: f. Ill DIBO.V.
Mtl.lentN of AliiTlitii-SIius College to
Havo 11 Foollmll Team.
Ftotball will bo taken up by tho medical
students of the Marion-Sim3 College this
season. That is, there will be a strong
team In the field which will bear the name
of that institution. Of course, nil the play
ers will tell jou that they hear lectures
and various other thingH every oay at the
college, but they can be found at tlefks In
business houses or in soma other employ
n eut during busbies hours.
Gt-orgo S. Baker, the ex-Smith Academy
plajer, will captain the tt .in. and has
chosen a strong buiu h of seasou-'d athletes
to help htm win games fiom tip school
tcim that nto willing to meet Iho so-culled
medical men. Paker will have P.unton. a
good n:dii at center, Lt-Cron. thct boy who
did such good work for tho Manual Train
in? School team, as one guard, with 11am
Sutherland, who has played on half a dozen
different teams, ai the other. Baker will
play ouu tackle hirnsrlf with Human at the
other sole; Mai Hoolan ! one of the end
s-lecte-d, while- the other v.lll be either Jim
Kltisella or Klley, both of whom wero
cracks nt the St. Louis University.
The liark.1 ate stars ot the tirst water.
Phil Smith, the best man the High School
ever had, will te one of the half backs,
while Gwynno Kvans will bo the other. Tno
latter is not a certainty.as he will stick to
athletics if he makes good showing next
vve-k. otherwise h. will play footbs.lL The
( hances are that Cvans will not play, but
Kiley or Kinseila can take his place and do
full justice to the position. For full back
Baker h.i.-i Howard Plm. who played the
gimu against the best terras in the North
west while ,1 student at Nutre Dame L'ni-ver.-lty.
whore he graduated In June. lie
miy make the cohool kickera look like coun-t-rfeltc.
the'n again ho may not. All In all.
Baker has nn . x- , iingly strong combina
tion, if they ret the proper amount of prac
tice, whi. h Is iiit likely, ns most of them
are working and will only havo their evt -i-ing
hour to devote to football, a disad
vantage hard to overcome.
COACH DKIAMIV sTlLL ABStK.NT.
St. J.otila L'nlversllj- Buys Are Disap
pointed Hies r Cxpected Ulm Dally.
St. Ia)ul3 University football players an
slightly discouraged over the falii.ro of
Coach Del.iney to j.ppear and tak charge
of tho team. He was expected in lat even
ing, but that has been tne case for a week,
so it is hard to tell Just when he w ill come.
The bojs practice kicking iv ry day, but
there is no snap to their work, and thero
will not be until Delaney arrives, as they
think that he is the only man on earth
that knows anything about any kind of
athletics, football included.
Captain Frank White thinks that his trnm
will have the heaviest line in the city. Ill
weighs ISO. St. 4 lair Shaw will tip the. beam
close to 13 while Henry Mo'nian. Joa
Burke and other men who will try for tho
line all weigh pretty heavy. The Exposi
tion atheltlc contests will hurt the team
very much, as most of the football men aro
entered for them nnd will have to practice
tho rough game very carefully If they ex
pect to make a showing in tho Coliseum.
It will be late in October before the Uni
versity team will be in good running or
der. By that time tho other school lenms
will be well seasoned from several hard
games and nearly two months of practice.
It will Liko a world-beating team to mako
any kind of a showing under such odvtiso
circumstance--, but the St. Louis University
boys are game, and say that they will be
In the game to the very last, and ire tor.fl
dent of winning more than their sbaro of
AH II O. A i:
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Lewis, r. 3 0 0 4 a
Totals ....33 8 27 12 3
Mr. Bryan's hand has been read by a
St. Louis palmist for The Sunday
Republic This impres
sion of Mr. Bryan's hand was made in
St. Louis last week. .Aji
interesting feature, whether you
believe. in the science of palmistry or not.
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RALPH DAVIS HAS
Great Captain of Last Year's An
dover Hlevcii Will Play Un
der Nassau's Colors,
YALE GETTING READY EARLY.
Team Will Have a "Tearing, Rip
ping, Zipping Hack Field," This
Year Cornelius Daly Leaves
Columbia for Good.
Princeton, N. J., SepL S3. Ralph Davis,
e-aita.n of last year's .Andover elerven, a
man coveted hy both Harvard and Yalo,
arrived in Princeton this morning and de
clared ins intention of rlajinir. under old
Nassau's colors. His cornistr tras as cxira
jjleto as it was a pleasant surpriso to tho
coache-s and undergraduates.
Davii has for pome tlrno fully Intended to
enter Yale, and has been In Now Haven all
this week taking the Yalo entrance exami
nations, tvhleh he has already passed.
Tor some- unknown reasons, however, he
changed his mind and to-day lie is under tha
orange, and Mack instead of the blue. His
coming is fortunate, sinco his position is
tackle, and will enablo tho coaches to patch
up the deep pap in the line made by tha
graduation of the famous Hillebrand.
The men were put through the fourth
practlco of tho season thi3 evening. The
eouchlnff squad received an accession in the
l-orson o Ldvards, captain of last year's
eleven. Ho took the candidates for guard
nnd initiated them into the mysteries of the
po-ltlon. Ho will remain for several days.
Wheeler, last year's full back, also arrived
to-day and took the punters In hand.
YALir TKAJI l!i:.:i.th PRACTICE.
New Haven, Conn., SepL 3. Yale has cot
been for years so forward In plans ami pos-blMIitie-i
for a season of football an this
ear. To-elay Captain Brown had out thirty
two men. all but four of them experience in
college footbalL Tno only m!slnB members
of last year's 'varsity team still in college
Is Cricott, right guard. He Is eixpected every
day. Captain Brown sprang; a surprl-o to-day
in ehaii';In? Keane, 'ast j ear's half back, to
quarter e.n the first eleven. The char.go la
truo to Yale's policy for 1" of having a
"teariLir, ripping, zipping back Meld." Keane
Is like I'lncke In ph)siquo and looks, but i.i
fiercer as a tackier and can himself ad
vance the ball.
After two elevens had cone through a
haif hour of signal and formation work, two
ruth lines we:re formed and sent Into a ten
Two better Mts of forwards no collego
could nsk. Indeed. It may bo said safely
that what Yale necels most this year to
draw out a stronjr team is proper coaching,
wise selection Irom abundance of llrt-clas3
material and a big but lively center rush.
The punting In the first half of tho sts-i-Ion
which Sharpe, Halo and Hyde did to
tho squad of nlno half backs could scarcely
bo bettered, and the work of Kaston, Fox,
Lee, Keane and Chadwlck was encouraging
in handling tho punts. Particularly elid Fox,
and liiston show up well, both eluding
I5iown and Stillman, fierce and sure tack
ier?. A notable feature of to-day's work was
"Mike" Murphy's enthusiasm. He entered
Into the coaching nnd occasionally carried
the ball himself as quarter back to ex
emplify his point.
"We are going lo get Into form early, if
possible." Captain Brown said to-night. "I
shall not loaf mjvelf, but I am going to
play every Oay. Yale will have a good
squad of coachcrs to do the coaching. A
captain ought to play with Ills men."
1IA1I.V HAS LIIFT COLU311IIA.
Bradford Point. Conn., Sept. 33. After a
ci nference this morning, that was not
amicable- on either side, between G. Foster
Sanford, head coach of Columbia, and Cor
nelius Daly, the nthlete left here for
"Worcester, his home.
Sanford, when approached, said that Dily
"needed a rest." Elsewhere it was1 learned
that Daly has left Columbia for good.
Whether ho will join the Yalo squad ul
timately in not stated.
VAIUIO.N" I'liAl ED Till! IIHST HALL.
Low unel Hntcb.lns.ia Opposed the
Now York, Sept. 3). Harry Vardon of
England played the best ball of George
Low. professional of the Dyker Meadows
Golf Club, and Hutchinson, who fills a like
position with the Shlnnecock Hills Club, on
the links of the Morris Golf Club at Con
vent Station, N. J., to-day. The game re- I
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BrpuhUc. be convinced. You tee bll tvlIirTI-EK in person
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Walcott Is After Ruhlin and
Sharkey Again Challenges
NO MATCH YET ARRANGED.
Champion "Waiting on Fitzsimmons
and Ruhlin If They Fail,
Brady Says Jim Will
Fight the Sailor.
IS'ew York. Sept. CO, Tom O'Rourke. man.
ager of Joe Walcott. the colored hurricane
fighter, is ro confident that his protege)
can defeat any fighter in tbe world that h.
is ready to post a forfeit of $1,000 to match
Walcott to fight any of the big fellows,
preferably Gua RuhUn. ard !a also willing
that the the winner shall take alL
In speaking of his challenge to matc-h
Wnlcott against Ruhlin, O'llourke said:
"The challenge I issuo now to match
Walcott to fight any man In the world. In
cluding every heavy welg.it, is no stag-t
bluff. I reaUy think nnd am, la fact, per
fctly confident that Walcott can whip any
neavy weight living, end on that account I
am ready to match him to fight any on
of them, the winner to talis all. and will
also make a side bet of Jl.'XJO that ho will
beat any fighter that wants to go up
"Mj reasons for thinking that Walcott
can whip them all 1 on account of tb
easy manner Li which he put Joe Choyn
sk!. who Is one of the cleverest heavy
weights in the business, to sleep in seven
rounds. In picking out Ous Ruhlin a
V.'alcott's first opponent. I elo fo because I
think that his challenge to Jim Jeffries Is
not liable to result la anything, and he enn
get tho chance to earn scmo money by
fighting Walcott, as I will agree to bet
SL00O thit Joe can btat him. and nlso
agree that the winner tako all. Madden
ehould not refu.se my offer, for, as Ruhlin
was only recently defeated by FltZBlm
raons, I should think he would be glad to
fight Walcott or any one else in order to
keep before tho public"
Tom SIinrUeT'i Dcfl.
Tom Sharkey came out thU evening with
a boll defi to Champion JeCries. challeng
ing him to a finish light. Sharkey said h
was willing and anxious to meet the big
Callfcrnlan at any time and any place, tho
winntr to take all if the chr.rai.ion wished.
"Fitzsimmons haa retired nnd Ruhlin
doe not want to meet Jeffries, or even mi
again, so I think I am entl Jed to a fight
with Jeffries." tald the Sailor. "He Is the.
only one between nvo and iho champion
ship, which I want and which I'll get if
Jeffries will only let 1110 fight him for it.
I'll fight anywhere. In the two lights 1 had
with Jeffries I think my showing w.u
enough to warrant my demanding a fight
next, and getting first show at him. Carson
City will suit mo as a battle-ground. I'm
willing to concede almost any point to get
a figliL I win deposit a JiJW forfeit with
any one Jeffries may name to fix up details.
What I want is a fight under Marquis o
Queensberry rules I'll swullcw almost any
thing to get it, for I want it bad."
William A. Brady, manager of Jeffries.
Bpcaktng of Sharkey's challenge, said: "Jef
fries haa announced that he will give Fitz
simmons until December 1 to aree to right
him. If Fltzsimraons does not agree by
then Jeffries will tako on Ruhlin for J10,
00U a side, winner to take all. If both Fitz
simmons and Ruhlin hack down, then Jef
fries will be more than ready to battle
Clitllj- Dlrtsts Are- Illntvlntr.
And the Globe. Seventh and Franklin ave
nue, will keep them off with those fine all
wool gray Vicuna Top Coals at i6S. Bal
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Garments .10 to SIS.
Challenge North Uriel Sttimmers.
Still arotrer swimrrer has taken the fild
against alt cisllengern. As he limits his d-fl
to a. certain d'etriet, he Is no de.i.bt otter a
contest. F. Gl-eser of the Xotth End Itowlns
Club wants to svlm any man in Jforth St.
Lu!s for a trophy, the distance to be lu yard..
Mr. Glarer ean be re.n acy eYcntriir ar taa
North ind Itowlnc Club.
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